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Every May, UCF hosts the Summer Faculty Development Conference in the week following final exams. Full-time faculty members submit proposals to transform courses or programs according to goals and objectives related to a conference theme. Two to three hundred faculty join colleagues from across the university to attend keynote and concurrent sessions, engage in hands-on workshops, and devote allocated time to their specific projects.

Selected faculty members who attend all sessions and submit the required deliverables receive a grant, subject to normal withholding tax. The call for proposals usually goes out toward the end of January.

2021 Summer Faculty Development Conference

The 2021 UCF Summer Faculty Development Conference was held remotely on May 10–12, 2021.

The theme for this conference was “Renewing Our Commitment to Critical Thinking and Inquiry” and featured Keynote speaker Ken Bain.

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